3. Tow Smart: Protect Your Drivetrain
When it comes to towing, your choice of method can significantly impact the health of your all-wheel drive car’s drivetrain. The golden rule is to never leave the drive wheels in contact with the ground during towing. This precaution is especially critical for all-wheel drive vehicles, where all four wheels contribute to propulsion.
The most straightforward and secure approach is using a flatbed, which keeps all four wheels elevated. However, if a flatbed isn’t available, there are alternative methods that require additional care. Consult your owner’s manual for specific guidelines on towing your all-wheel drive car safely.
Remember, investing time in the right towing technique can save you from potentially costly transmission damage down the line.